Audio-Technica said its mics were used as part of a three-week residency by the Cleveland Orchestra at Miami’s Carnival Center for the Performing Arts.
The event was called the first live broadcast on WCLV of the orchestra from outside the Cleveland area. Station President Robert Conrad and co-host Mark Hart used two AT4047/SV large-diaphragm cardioid condenser mics. The event also was aired on Miami’s WLRN(FM) and stations in Dallas, Indianapolis and Buffalo.
Two AT4073a shotguns were used for the performance at the Carnival Center. The event was recorded by Bruce Gigax, the recording and broadcast engineer for the orchestra, using 24-bit audio to hard drive, for replay as part of the 2007 national radio series.